Because I have several pages of handwritten notes which need to be compiled and organized into my novel outline, I will now present my version of the 2009 monthly first blog lines meme. Except I think I will also include the titles of the entries.
Gravity and momentum
A brief review of 2008, wherein I look back to see how far I've come in order to inspire myself to continue plodding forward: The boys finished their first year of "regular" school, after having been homeschooled for three years.
Little pieces of the nothing that fall
Last Friday was the middle school's annual "Punk 'n' Rock," which is a lip sync show in which the 7th and 8th graders get to dress up in goofy costumes and ham it up as they present a little skit based on the song.
Head on without a care
The first part of last week was great. I accomplished a great deal of plot-untangling for Crowmaker and managed to work out all the big kinks leading up to the ending.*
No news is good news
We are spring breaking this week.
With a little perseverance you can get things done
"With an estimated turnaround time of 3 months on queries to Steeple Hill, I should have plenty of time to finish the rewrite this week and then let the ms cool a week or two before a final polishing read-through."
I met my word count goal for last week, although I had to work on Saturday.
So a day when you've lost yourself completely
There's a meme going around wherein working writers list the first lines of all the projects on their in-progress list. Because I have at least a half dozen other things I should be doing instead, I figured I'd play along.**
Until then I'll have to find a way
Just in time to join forces with the emotional downswing mentioned in my previous blog entry, I received a rejection letter from Steeple Hill on my submission there.
Just to laugh and say hello and say goodbye
I have not been keeping my blog religiously the last few days.
She's a butterfly
It's been over a month since my last blog entry.***
The first and last breath don't matter, it's all the ones that are in between
The job is still the job.
Take whatever you can, girl
Thanksgiving was both a bust and a blessing.
*I have to laugh, since I am currently in the middle of untangling the BEGINNING of that same damn story.
**Hmm. Sound kinda familiar?
***Bless me Father, for I have sinned. It has been over a month since my last... Oh wait.